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Oug, Eivind. (2002). Lumbrineridae from the Andaman Sea, Thailand, with notes on Oenonidae and Dorvilleidae (Annelida: Polychaeta). Phuket Marine Biological Center Special Publication. 24: 117-138.
Lumbrineridae from the Andaman Sea, Thailand, with notes on Oenonidae and Dorvilleidae (Annelida: Polychaeta).
Phuket Marine Biological Center Special Publication
World Polychaeta Database (WPolyD)
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The present paper treats the species of Lumbrineridae, Oenonidae and Dorvilleidae collected in the Andaman Sea, Thailand, during the BIOSHELF Project in 1996–97. Altogether 22 species are reported: 13, 7 and 2 in the three families, respectively. One species, Abyssoninoe phuketensis, is described as new to science. The species Augeneria verdis Hutchings and Murray, Augeneria polytentaculata Imajima and Higuchi, Cenogenus nagae (Gallardo), Lumbrinerides aberrans (Day), Lumbrineriopsis paradoxa (Saint-Joseph), Ninoe bruuni Gallardo, Drilonereis cf. longa Webster, Notocirrus biaciculus Gallardo, Schistomeringos filiforma Hutchings and Murray, and Schistomeringos sphairatolobos Glasby are recorded for the first time from the Indian Ocean. Lumbriconereis mando Crossland is synonymized with Eranno papillifera (Fauvel), new combination. Several species, especially in the genera Lumbrineris, Arabella and Drilonereis, are of unclear systematic status and fit more or less closely with species described from other parts of the world. A key to the genera of Lumbrineridae is provided.